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English: Archaeopteryx lithographica, Eichstätter specimen, as displayed on the Munich Mineral Show 2009. (This image shows the original fossil - not a cast.) The low lighting angle helps to bring out the faint imprints of the feathers on the wing (between the arm and the foot) and at the tail.
Deutsch: Archaeopteryx lithographica, Eichstätter Exemplar, ausgestellt bei den Münchner Mineralientagen 2009. (Dieses Bild zeigt das Original-Fossil, keinen Abguss.) Die Beleuchtung unter flachem Winkel macht die schwachen Abdrücke der Federn am Flügel (zwischen dem Arm und dem Fuß) und am Schwanz erkennbar.
Date 30 October 2009
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Author H. Raab ( User:Vesta)


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